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Addleshaw Booth & Co

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  1. an English law firm which merged with Theodore Goddard in May 2003

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  2. Itself the product of a merger between Booth & Co. and Addleshaw Sons & Latham, Addleshaw Booth was a 'heavyweight' in the North of England legal sector, with offices in Leeds and Manchester

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  3. Its local standing, amongst other things, led to the firm's high-profile appointment as the official lawyers to the 2002 Commonwealth Games

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  4. Addleshaw Booth was the employer of Sally Clark (and also her husband), the solicitor wrongly convicted of murdering her two sons in 1999

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  5. a member of the Norton Rose M5 alliance, which disbanded in 1998

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